Lindsay Lohan Blames Her Sexual Fluidity On L.A. Lifestyle: “I Like Men”

"I’m not saying it’s a bad thing," she tells Wendy Williams.

Lindsay Lohan is living her best life in Dubai these days as a single straight woman.

Looking ready for a mainstream comeback, the troubled Mean Girls actress opened up about her paparazzi-free overseas sobriety Friday on The Wendy Williams Show.

“I don’t have a man,” said Lohan, who was reportedly engaged to Russian business heir Egor Tarabasov in 2016. “I don’t want to date anyone right now. I’m in work mode. Relationships—I’ve had enough of them… I’m 31 years old, and when it happens it will happen.”

But Williams, of course, had saved all the receipts from Lohan’s “toxic” relationship with DJ Samantha Ronson. The pair broke up in 2009 after dating for about a year and a half.

“Are you sexually fluid?” asked the intrepid talk show host. “Do you consider yourself sexually fluid? I remember you had a romantic relationship with Samantha Ronson.”

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Lohan appeared slightly taken aback by the question, possibly because her parents and grandmother were in the studio audience.

“No, I like men,” she answered curtly.

“Okay,” Williams replied. “Well, you liked a girl at one point.”

“Yeah. I was living in L.A.,” Lohan explained, laughing. “I’m not saying it’s a bad thing. But no, I’m not dating right now.”

Lohan, who previously teased that she will record a third album, also found a moment to hype Tina Fey’s Broadway-bound Mean Girls musical. “I can’t wait to see it,” she said, adding that she’s harassed the film’s creative team for a sequel “so many times, it’s becoming a bit stalkerish.”

Among the many projects she managed to plug during her appearance, Lohan said she plans to open a second location of her Athens club, Lohan Nightclub, in the gay mecca of Mykonos this summer: “It’s really fun to watch other people look ridiculous.”

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